In the court of Virginia, the lawsuit trial by Johnny Depp against Amber Heard is taking place, where the polls are tilted in favor of the “Pirates of the Caribbean” actor. The response from fans has been to collect signatures for Warner Bros to fire the ‘Aquaman 2’ actress.
Through the Change.org page, a request was made to Warner Bros. Discovery to reconsider continuing to work with Amber Heard, and be expelled from the sequel to ‘Aquaman’ with Jason Momoa, which has already finished recording, and given the delays, it will now be released the following year 2023.
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Currently the petition has already exceeded 2.2 million signatures on that page, and according to the actor’s followers, the goal is to reach 3 million requests. Johnny Depp fans intend to get the message across to Courtney Simmons, SVP of Publicity & Communications for DC Warner Bros, and DC Entertainment.
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The request was born due to the data and testimonies of the trial, which for the most part have allegedly shown that Amber Heard would have done “domestic abuse” against Jonny Depp, among other things, which caused the actor to almost lose the finger during a fight against the actress.
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In addition, the followers allege that “Men are victims of domestic abuse, just like women. This must be recognized and measures must be taken to prevent a known abuser from being celebrated within the entertainment industry.” Johnny Depp lost futures projects, such as Disney’s ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ and WB’s ‘Fantastic Beasts’.
Fans have mentioned on different occasions the candidate actresses to replace Amber Heard in ‘Aquaman and the Lost Empire’ alongside Jason Momoa, one of the most notorious is Emilia Clarke, with whom the protagonist has previously worked in ‘Game of Thrones’, and Lily-Rose Depp, Johnny Depp’s own daughter.
So far Warner Bros has made no mention that it has plans to replace Amber Heard from ‘Aquaman 2’ in case she loses her trial, much less that now the film has suffered another delay, and has already finished its run. recording stage, so they would have to replace Heard’s parts, or re-record them.
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